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Cinema and the teaching of history. Project "Learning and teaching about the history of Europe in the 20th century".
Einheitssachtitel: L'Europe á l'écran, engl.
|Quelle||Strasbourg: Council of Europe Publishing (2001), 217 S.|
|Schlagwörter||Frauenrolle; Film; Medienerziehung; Neue Medien; Bildungswesen; Sekundarbereich; Geschichtsunterricht; Immigrationspolitik; Menschenrechte; Nationalismus; Europäische Union; Europa|
|Abstract||Europe on-screen was produced as part of the Council of Europe's history project "Lerning and teaching about the history of Europe in the 20th century". The principal aims of this project are to: interest the young in the recent events of our continent and help establish links between historical roots and the challenges facing Europe today; help the young to identify with a greater Europe; teach the young to develop key skills of critical investigation; stress the importance of understanding the viewpoint of the "other"; encourage teachers to introduce a wider European dimension into the classroom. It is a product-oriented project which has produced teaching material designed for secondary school teachers, textbook authors and curriculum developers. The project has also explored the vast range of sources available on the 20th century. Some of these sources, in particular cinema and television, have underminded or at least "perturbed" the tradtitional role of the school in the transmission of history. National cinema industries under all regimes have exploited cinema for political purposes. European cinema, practically all cinema, is a rich and complex source of information on its societies and peoples. Europe on-screen contains fact sheets on 50 films, illustrating 4 of the project's themes - nationalism, women, immigration and human rights. (DIPF/orig.).|
|Erfasst von||DIPF | Leibniz-Institut für Bildungsforschung und Bildungsinformation, Frankfurt am Main|